How to crack NEET/AIIMS/JIPMER using sample papers?
Amita Jain, 24 Oct 2018, #NEET
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How to crack NEET/AIIMS/JIPMER - 'Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect' - The quota by Vince Lombardi sounds more relevant with the competition in today's world. The competition for medical admission across India has become too intense and as per the suggestions of many medical aspirants, it is not the toughness of the medical entrance exams which is as overwhelming, than the high competition which lies therein. NEET, AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS being the only three medical entrance exams has made the UG medical admissions more arduous for candidates. However, the most frequent way to get familiar with these medical entrance exams and reduce stress to qualify is by solving NEET/AIIMS/JIPMER sample paper and mock tests. Here aspirants can read the article on how to crack NEET/AIIMS/JIPMER using sample papers and mock tests and learn the preparation tips.

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With the regular practice of mock tests and sample papers for NEET 2019, AIIMS MBBS 2019 and JIPMER, candidates can develop their strategies to answer the question within the time period and also increase their accuracy speed level. Solving the sample papers and taking regular mock tests before the exam will assists aspirants to analyze their performance and work on their mistakes. 

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It must be noted by students that NEET, AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER exam date has been announced. NEET UG 2019 will be conducted on May 5 in pen and paper mode. While, AIIMS MBBS 2019 will be held on May 25 and 26 and JIPMER will be conducted on June 2. Both AIIMS and JIPMER entrance examinations will be held in online mode.

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Why are the NEET, AIIMS and JIPMER sample papers important?

Frequently going through the sample papers of NEET, AIIMS and JIPMER and practicing the mock tests works due to four main reasons:

  • Familiarize with the test: Aspirants will be able to familiar with the exam pattern of NEET UG 2019, which includes the number of questions, difficulty level of questions, marking scheme, negative marking and other details. With the help of solving NEET/AIIMS/JIPMER sample papers and mock tests, candidates will experience the same environment as they will get at the time of examination.

  • Length of exam: Solving the sample papers, mock tests and previous year papers, will help aspirants to get an idea of the length of exam, This will assist aspirants to prepare a strategy on how to deal with the trickiest questions and time to be wasted on such questions.

  • Make time strategies and exam techniques: With the regular practice of NEET/AIIMS/JIPMER sample papers, mock tests and other time-bound tests will help candidates in determining how much time to be spend on each question. It also helps them to avoid situations where they might get stuck and waste a minute or more to answer a question. Also, students can prepare their own sAIIMS MBBS 2019trategy to answer some tricky questions.

  • Identify strengths and weakness: The sample papers follows the final exam pattern of NEET UG 2019, JIPMER MBBS 2019 and AIIMS. Thus, solving them regularly will help aspirants to make to identify their strongest and weakest sections of all. It will also helps them to work on the weakness accordingly.

  • Best for self-study: Candidates who are preparing for NEET/AIIMS/JIPMER from home can make a great use of sample papers and mock tests. Solving the mock tests and sample papers of medical exams is the best way to analyze one's performance from time to time.

  • Questions from previous years: There is always a high likelihood that questions from the preceding years may be asked in the current year’s exam. Therefore, candidates who solve a number of previous sample papers or attempt multiple mock tests are more likely to arrive at the correct answer in a jiffy.

How to use the NEET, AIIMS and JIPMER sample papers and mock tests?

With the regular practice is also important with the smart practice. Now, the main question arises is how to plan the practicing of NEET UG, AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS sample paper and mock tests and get the best out of them. Below are the basic strategies for using sample papers and mock tests for better preparations.

  1. Be regular: It is important that candidates do not just randomly attempt sample papers or mock tests, but actually chart out a schedule for the same before proceeding. Regularity in practice, which can start with one sample paper/mock test in a day and increase in the days leading to the exam, will ensure candidates are constantly able to improve their speed, accuracy and confidence before appearing for any medical exam.

  2. Practice with mindful dedication: Consider the sample papers and mock tests to be as important as the real exam papers and practice with full focus, concentration and seriousness. Giving a best shot at the time of practice enable candidates to realize their strengths and weaknesses better and translates to a better performance when it comes to the exam.

  3. Be fully prepared: It will be futile to attempt sample papers and mock tests if aspirants are already not thorough with the syllabus of the medical entrance they are appearing for. Students must ensure that they have completed studying all chapters at least once, and preferably revised once as well, because only then they will accurately know what is lacking when attempting the mock test or going through the sample paper.

  4. Analyze and improve: The point of going through a sample paper or attempting a mock test is to understand the level of preparation they have achieved and how much is still left to be thorough with. Candidates must analyze each and every aspect of the answers when practicing with the sample papers to try and see where they can improve.

  5.  Focus on time management: NEET, AIIMS and JIPMER each have their own time limits and it is important to keep in mind how much time candidates have to answer a question in each. Practice with these exact same time constraints as it will only help them in managing their time during the actual exam.

  6. Learn from mistakes: Do not be afraid to make mistakes, aspirants must ensure that they note down these mistakes and go through the related topics and chapters later. Candidates can use the sample papers and mock tests of AIIMS MBBS, JIPMER MBBS, NEET UG to know their performance level. Along with it, they will get to know their mistakes and try to avoid them during further preparations.

Don’t make the mistake of burning the midnight oil and putting efforts without planning it out. Work strategically, put yourself to test regularly and track your progress. A smart and systematic use of the NEET, AIIMS and JIPMER sample papers and mock tests is sure to yield benefits for candidates when they appear in these exams. All the best!

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I have 4 year gap between 10th and 12th(nios) will my neet form will be accepted or not

Aditya kumar Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019
Hello there!
No , there will be no problem , you are eligible for neet even if you have 4 year gaps between your 10th and 12th as to be eligible for Neet the condition is that a general category student needs to have passed class 12th with 50 % in pcb aggregate,  while it's 40% for obc , sc, st.  So , if you fulfil this with criteria then you are eligible for neet,  also there's no upper age limit for neet so you don't need to worry about that as well.
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since neet is only one exam for medical so will it be twice a year??

VIPIN KUMAR 18th Oct, 2019
Dear Candidate,
As per NTA notification now for 2019-2020 neet us going to happen only once in a year .

what must be the safe rank in NEET to get MAMC through state quota of Delhi for OBC

Rehan Alam Student Expert 18th Oct, 2019

Dear Aspirant,

According to last year statistics, a home-general candidate get into Maulana Azad Medical College with around 586 marks in NEET-UG. However, these trends are subjected to change over the years. For General candidate 580+ marks are needed to ensure a seat in MAMC. For OBC you might expect the bracket to go down by 5-10 marks. The opening and closing AIR for OBC last year was 32 and 112 respectively.

However, this year with the inclusion of AIIMS and JIPMER, there may be some changes in the required marks. Try for 570 though, that will be enough.

Hope this helps. Thank you.


how to study for neet within 3months

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 18th Oct, 2019
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I belong to bc category. how much mark should i get in neet to get a seat in stanley college under state quota ?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 18th Oct, 2019

Dear Jonathan, we do not have 2019 data yet. Neverthless, in 2018, under State Quota, 440 marks secured a seat in Stanley Medical College under General Category. As mentioned, this is 2018 data and cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of candidates appearing for the exam, no.of candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. Now in 2019, on an average the cut offs increased by 60-75 marks. Now Tamilnadu is planning on starting atleast 6 new Medical Colleges this year. With the availability of the seats, the cut offs might decrease. Having said to get a seat in Stanley Medical College, you should aim for nothing less 550-580.

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